Date 23June 2008
We were five families but had booked the rooms for four families. When We reached there they did not have the extra room rather they had only four rooms and out of that one was still not vacant. We were all shattered as the man who booked for us told a lie. The resort was under construction then. The main thing that they booked by telling a lie. However next day we got the 4th room as well and they adjusted the 5th Family in the nearby hotel.
The one good thing was that all the 4 rooms had good sizes and have a wonderful valley view. We were unlucky all those days the valley was engulfed with dry clouds and it was too hot. People say that from there you can see Nanda Devi peak as well.
Overall our stay went well as the Kitchen staff was courteous as we were only the 4 families so all the food was made on our orders so had a gala time.
They did not have any security, I do not know the status of that. They were making some huts as well.
If one has to book there then have to be doubly sure about that as I would not go there again.
Also it is located very dangerously for the children at that time.
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